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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
Hi guys!! Right so this is the my first biggest adventure! I will try and keep the ranting/waffle to a minimum and try and write about my experiences with places and people so that this blog can be as useful as possible for travelers. Although, I think I need to start with some background on myself to give some context to my writing so you can get an insight into who I am and why I am here.
I am a 27 year old ...
... I wrote 'ap', the kids yelled out APPLE!!!! *facepalm* I tried again with a letter 'm' at the front and said the word 'map'. And then rubbed the letter 'm' and replaced it with 't' to make a word 'tap'. I repeated this process with the children. It was so sweet how they would look at me instead of reading the word on the board. Consistency and repetition and honing basic English phonics were crucial in allowing the children to fully grasp the English language. It appears, due ...
... just someone who turned
up to collect his pay-check after somehow getting through the day.
It was a Wednesday so I
had dinner with Saiem to look forward to. I liked going out but the
constant struggle to get her to tell me what she wanted was a
nuisance. Asian women are like that, they're second class and are
used to being treated as unimportant. They don't like to tell you
what they want, just do what you want. That's not as much fun as it
... so we had
a lot to discuss with bikes and various other business stuff which
was constantly ongoing amidst the shifting sands of life in the city.
I had money for him too.
We had sold a bike to Saiem's sister and she was paying us off for it
monthly. The payment was slow and it was annoying Steve more than he
liked to admit and he admitted it annoyed him a great deal. I had a
phone call from Saiem the day before which didn't make a lot of
... br> I finally got him packaged
up and got on the bike. He wriggled around to get a better view which
was basically understandable. We went the normal route which took us
through a small street where they sold all manner of parts from the
inside of all manner of animals. He always got excited when we rode
through and shifted alarmingly. Three times on the route to the bar
he wriggled out of the bag, presumably trying to get a better look at
what was going ...